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Bari Pearlman is a Manhattan-based independent film producer/writer. In addition to MAH-JONGG..., she produced VH1 FAN CLUB: ABBA (2002) and Court TV/Channel 4 Britain's SHOTS IN THE DARK (2001/02) and is currently creating A PERIOD PIECE and DAUGHTERS OF WISDOM, shot in Tibet in the summer of 2004. She also produced of a number of film festivals including the Hamptons International Film Festival, The New York Women's Film Festival, the Classically Independent Film Festival and the Moonworks Short Film Festival. She is a contributing editor of Filmmaker Magazine.
Los Angeles based Phyllis Heller is the founder and CEO of PR With A Purpose, Inc., an issue-oriented public relations company located in New York City. She is also a comedian who has performed stand up at The Gotham Comedy Club, The Duplex and Stand Up New York. In addition to MAH-JONGG..., Phyllis is a producer for Tribune Entertainment's BEYOND With James Van Praagh, a talk show geared toward the paranormal. Her writing has been published in SPIN Magazine, and her paintings have been featured in galleries in New Hope, Pennsylvania.Review:
"A delightful and affecting documentary." -- Jewish Woman International Magazine, Summer 2002
A delightful and affecting documentary. -- Jewish Woman International Magazine
A delightful new documentary! -- Washington Jewish Week, December 10, 1998
If you liked "The Joy Luck Club" you'll love "Mah-Jongg: The Tiles That Bind" -- Bill Diehl, ABC Radio Networks
If you liked "The Joy Luck Club", you'll LOVE "Mah-Jongg: The Tiles That Bind" -- Bill Diehl, ABC Radio Networks Bill Diehl, ABC Radio Networks Bill Diehl, ABC Radio Networks Bill Diehl, ABC Radio Networks
If you play, you'll feel like an insider. If not, you'll want to call your mother and borrow her set! -- B'nai Brith International Newsletter, March 2002
It's always fun to hear an old woman say 'I find it very stimulating'. As you will. -- Washington City Paper
The documentary shows how mah-jongg is not so much a game as an exercise of the heart. -- The Forward, December 1, 2000
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